The Caddo Herald
March 28, 1913
A severe blizzard swept Oklahoma Wednesday, much sleet and snow falling. It is thought the peach crop is killed, and corn will have to be replanted, while oats and wheat were greatly benefited.
Of course if you want to carry your own risks, don’t take out any insurance- but the wise man lets the big companies bear his losses. Talk with W. H. Morris about insurance today.
C. E. Blessing has a father, brother, and other relatives in the flood district of Ohio, and so far has not been able to hear from them. It is hoped they are safe and can soon be heard from.
I. S. Powell, J. C. Brigance, J. A. Beard, and J. W. Smith left Sunday for Hobart where they attended the Head Camp meeting of the Woodmen of the World. They arrived home today.
There is no load too heavy and none too small to obtain our careful attention. Hauling is our specialty, our business. Let us know your wants. Phone 84. Sargent Bros.
Easter services appropriate to the day were held in all the churches Sunday with large attendance, though the day was threatening, clouds and sprinkling rain being in evidence almost all day.
Don’t be foolhardy and carry your own risks. It costs but little to carry good tornado insurance. Then in case of loss, a company that is able to stand it bears the loss. See W. H. Morris about it today.
P. H. Boxley returned Sunday from Richmond, Va. where he accepted a position as traveling salesman for the Steven Putney Shoe Co. His territory will be Oklahoma and he will still make his home in Caddo.
Mrs. Clyde Hornsinger spent several days last week with her husband in Bennington, both returning home Saturday night. Clyde is employed by Carter & Booker on their tinwork and plumbing jobs at Bennington.
If you need glasses, come in and have your eyes tested and glasses correctly fitted. Satisfaction guaranteed or money cheerfully refunded. Remember the place, The Corner Drug Store. W. F. Dodd
George Harrison, who will become county treasurer June 1st, has appointed E. C. Beaty of Caddo as deputy. Mr. Beaty will assume his duties June first. While Caddo will regret to lose Mr. Beaty, his friends here will be glad to hear of his preferment.
W. W. Hendricks, agent Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentleman and all other leading magazines will give you all the advantages of clubbing rates by news companies. Call for subscription cat log 1913. Post office Store, Caddo, Okla.
Last Friday evening Mrs. Oscar Driver sprang a surprise on her sister, Miss Floy Muse, by having a large number of young people come to her home. As only young people can, they spent the evening in various ways, much to the enjoyment of all concerened.
For the convenience of our patrons we have placed a stock of lamps at W. W. Hendricks’ news stand at the post office. Mr. Hendricks will be pleased to furnish you lamps for cash or credit. Caddo Power Co.
Caddo merchants report a big trade Saturday. Folks were getting ready for Easter and this was the last day. Caddo merchants were prepared with the right kind of goods. We venture the assertion that there are few places even twice the size of Caddo where the merchants carry as large stocks.
J. E. Davis, of the Davis Engineering and Construction Co. spent a part of the week in Broken Bow where he has a contract for the erection of a $60,000 waterworks system. This company is a local enterprise, composed of men who know their business and who are just as able as the city engineers to do engineering work.